All Beings Spring 2017 Events

Sunday February 19th 8am- 11:30am – Zazen and Zen Sewing

Sunday February 26th 8-9:30am – Dharma Study/Book Discussion “The Mind of Clover” by Robert Aitken

Monday March 6th – 7:15 am Oryoki Breakfast following 6:30 am morning Zazen

Saturday March 11th – 9am Guest Speaker Rev. Satya Cynthia Scott on the topic of “The Clergy Response to the Spirit Rock Tribes Water Protector Efforts”

Thursday March 16th – 7pm Rev. Inryu Ponce Barger to offer a Dharma Talk following one period of Zazen

Sunday March 26th – 8-9:30am Shinren Mark Stone to lead the Dharma Study on the work and life of Leonard Cohen.

Thursday March 30th 7pm Robert Quinn to offer a Way Seeking Mind Talk following one period of Zazen.

Monday April 3rd – 7:15am Oryoki Breakfast following 6:30am morning Zazen

Thursday April 6th – Rev. Inryu Ponce Barger to offer a Dharma Talk following one period of Zazen

April 10-15th – 6 Day Sesshin at Woodburn Hill Farm

April 23rd – Half Day Retreat 6:30am Early Birds (includes Oryoki Breakfast) , 9am Late Joiners – all concluding at 12noon.

April 27th – 7pm Guest Speaker Sensei Ben Connelly on the topic of “Vasubandhu’s classic work “Thirty Verses of Consciousness Only”

Group Yoga class resumes on September 9th at JBPC

Monday Night Yoga Class at the Josephine Butler Parks Center followed by vegan potluck on the veranda – Join us!
New Monday Night Yoga and Vegan Potluck at 7pm – All Are Welcome!

Where: Josephine Butler Parks Center, 15th Street NW – just a few doors south of Euclid Street. We use the grand ballroom on the second floor for yoga. To buzz for entry – press the button on the small brown box which is above the telephone entry system.

When: 7pm Monday Nights throughout the summer.

Who: Master Yoga Teacher, Bobbi Ponce-Barger will tailor the class to meet the need of those in attendance for each class.

What: Come share an hour of yoga practice with your neighbors and friends followed by a Vegan Meal on the Veranda overlooking Meridian Hill Park.

Fee: Please make a donation (donation basket at the ballroom door) which supports Bobbi and the great work of Washington Parks and People (the proprietors of the JBPC).